Henry VIII: February 1513, 16-20

Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 1, 1509-1514. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1920.

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, 'Henry VIII: February 1513, 16-20', in Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 1, 1509-1514, (London, 1920) pp. 738-739. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/letters-papers-hen8/vol1/pp738-739 [accessed 21 May 2024].

. "Henry VIII: February 1513, 16-20", in Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 1, 1509-1514, (London, 1920) 738-739. British History Online, accessed May 21, 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/letters-papers-hen8/vol1/pp738-739.

. "Henry VIII: February 1513, 16-20", Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 1, 1509-1514, (London, 1920). 738-739. British History Online. Web. 21 May 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/letters-papers-hen8/vol1/pp738-739.

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February 1513

16 Feb.
Campbell
Charters, VIII.,
19.
B.M.
1629. [3732.] HARNESS.
Indenture witnessing receipt by "Master Edward Gylforde, squyer, master of the King's armery," from Guido Portenari, merchant stranger, of 2,000 harness for footmen. 16 Feb. 4 Hen. VIII. Signed: Edward Guldefford.
16 Feb.
Galba B. III.,
64.
B.M.
1630. [3731.] SIR EDW. PONYNGES and SIR RICH. WINGFIELD to WOLSEY.
My Lady and the Council here are well disposed towards the King's cause. We have had offers from several of the nobles to serve the King in this his voyage; but cannot treat till the Emperor's pleasure be known. Hope to close with them for such [number] of horse as is contained in their instructions. Desire to know what prests they shall give to the chief captains, and whence they shall receive money for them and the hoys. Malines, 16 Feb. Signed.
In Wingfield's hand, pp. 2., mutilated. Add.: Mr. Almosnyere, with the King's grace.
16 Feb.
Lettres de
Louis XII.,
iv.,43.
Le Glay,
Corresp. de
Max. et de
Marg., II., 91.
1631. MAXIMILIAN to MARGARET OF SAVOY.
Has received hers of the 1st inst., of the prejudice to Artois through certain orders lately published by the King of France, and the advice (which he approves) of his Council to send some good personage to request the King to countermand it and permit subjects of the Low Countries to trade freely as neutrals during the war between France and England. Landau, 16 Feb. 1512.
French.
16 Feb.
Le Glay,
Corresp. de
Max. et de
Marg., II., 93.
1632. THE SAME to THE SAME.
Has received her letter forwarding one from the King of England; but the Emperor defers answering either until he hears from her how she has despatched Polveret, the Spaniard. Landau, 16 Feb. 1512.
French.
18 Feb. 1633. HENRY VIII. to the ABBOT OF GLOUCESTER.
See No. 1583v.
18 Feb.
S.P.Hen. VIII.,
3, f. 89.
R.O.
1634. [3737.] THE TOWN OF BRUGES to the PRIVY COUNCIL OF ENGLAND.
In behalf of Guillermus de Deckere, Thomas Vander Walle, and others, deprived of their goods by English men of war. Bruges, xii. kal. Martii 1512.
Lat., p. 1. Addressed.
19 Feb.
Navy Records,
Soc., x., 76.
1635. THOMAS BOHIER to LOUIS DE BREZE.
The King's desire that the fleet may be ready to leave at the date M. de Chillou has written. Declares appointments to the command of the ship of Dieppe and the ship of Orleans, and authority to issue 500 harnesses out of Rouen castle. Blois, 19 Feb.
French. From a Bibl. Nat. MS.
20 Feb.
Le Glay,
Corresp. de
Max. et de
Marg., II., 94.
1636. MAXIMILIAN to MARGARET OF SAVOY.
In favour of two Austrian gentlemen going on pilgrimage to Santiago, that they may go in company with Polveret and return with the envoy (Polveret or another) whom the King of Aragon will doubtless send back to the Emperor. As Polveret will have departed into England, she shall appoint a messenger to conduct them to him. Landau, 20 Feb. 1512.
French.
20 Feb.
Calig. D. VI.,
87b.
B.M.
1637. [4795.] LUCAS DE RENAL[DI] (fn. 1) to_ (fn. 2).
Informs them that the Bishop of Gurk would be with the Emperor within seven days together with the Spanish ambassador Urrea, who, when he had again sanctioned a truce with the Venetians until the Ides of March, made the Viceroy of Naples the Emperor's lieutenant, and left in his hands Verona and the other cities, subject to the Emperor, so that they may be safer from the enemy. The Venetians gave 15,000 ducats to make the truce. Now they are sending all their cavalry to Friuli, to what end the writer cannot understand, nor why they buy so dearly a short delay, unless they have great expectations. Milan, Genoa, and Cremona are garrisoned by the French. Landau, 20 Feb. 1513.
Lat., p. 1.

Footnotes

  • 1. Latter part of the name burnt.
  • 2. Begins "Magnifici ac generosi Domini."